About the Journal

Aim and Scope: SSP Modern Economics, State and Public Administration is a distinguished, peer-reviewed scientific journal dedicated to advancing the understanding of contemporary economic theories, public policy, and the dynamics of state and public administration. The journal aims to bridge the gap between economic research and practical applications in the realms of governance, public services, and policy-making. By focusing on the intricate relationship between economics, the state, and effective public administration, SSP Modern Economics, State and Public Administration provides an essential platform for researchers, policymakers, and practitioners to exchange knowledge and insights crucial for fostering sustainable socio-economic development.

Key Areas of Focus: The journal covers a diverse range of topics within modern economics, statecraft, and public administration, addressing pressing issues that impact societies on both local and global scales. Key areas of focus include, but are not limited to:

  1. Economic Policy and Development: Analyzing macroeconomic and microeconomic policies, economic growth, trade, development strategies, and their implications on national and regional economies.

  2. Public Sector Economics: Examining the role of the public sector in resource allocation, budgeting, taxation, public goods provision, and the impact of fiscal and monetary policies.

  3. Governance, Institutions, and Public Management: Investigating the effectiveness of public institutions, governance structures, administrative reforms, and strategies to enhance public service delivery.

  4. Social Welfare and Inequality: Addressing economic inequality, poverty alleviation, social safety nets, and the role of public policies in promoting equitable socio-economic development.

  5. Public-Private Partnerships and Economic Collaboration: Exploring the dynamics of public-private collaborations, privatization, and their implications on economic efficiency and public service delivery.

  6. Behavioral Economics and Decision-Making: Studying the psychological and behavioral factors influencing economic choices, policy design, and public decision-making.

  7. Environmental and Sustainable Economics: Evaluating the economic dimensions of environmental challenges, climate change policies, and strategies for achieving sustainable development.

  8. Globalization and International Economics: Analyzing the impacts of globalization, international trade, foreign aid, and economic cooperation among nations.

Publication and Contributions: SSP Modern Economics, State and Public Administration invites original research articles, policy analyses, reviews, case studies, and empirical studies from economists, public administrators, policymakers, and experts in related fields. All submissions undergo a rigorous peer-review process to ensure the publication of high-quality, evidence-based research.

Audience: The journal's readership includes economists, public policy experts, government officials, policymakers, international organizations, researchers, and anyone interested in the intersection of economics, statecraft, and public administration.

Mission: The mission of SSP Modern Economics, State and Public Administration is to promote rigorous economic research, foster evidence-based policy-making, and support effective public administration that contributes to the well-being and prosperity of societies. The journal seeks to stimulate insightful discussions and collaboration among stakeholders, enabling the application of economic knowledge to address pressing social, political, and economic challenges.

Frequency: SSP Modern Economics, State and Public Administration is published semi-annualy, providing a steady stream of timely research and analyses that influence economic policies and public administration practices.

Joining the Conversation: Researchers, policymakers, and practitioners are invited to submit their contributions to SSP Modern Economics, State and Public Administration and participate in the vital discourse that drives transformative changes in economic policies and public governance. By joining this intellectual community, contributors play a pivotal role in shaping the future of sustainable and inclusive economic development, statecraft, and public administration.